Stranger Than Fiction - 9-11 and Zionism - By Dr. Albert D. Pastore Phd.
September 11 was a long time coming. The key for anyone who wants to control he world, is America. Because the US is so powerful, if you can control that, the rest is eventually at your disposal.
Even if you are just descendants of Scythian tribes from central Asia, you could control the United States by doing just one thing. Convince all the Christians in America, that you're God's chosen people. Christians are so into doing good by God, that if you can pull that off, the sky is the limit.
And that's exactly what happened. These people, the Khazars, are impostors that do just that. And they've been getting away with it for so long, that victory seemed almost within their reach.
This book tells the story of the final gambit to mobilize the US for all out war against the old enemies of the Khazars; the Rus (Russians) and the Muslims. As the title suggests, the truth of the matter, is stranger than anything that could have been dreamed up.
The question is, will the people of the US figure out what's going on, before the US is sacrificed for the globalist totalitarian ambitions of these war-like impostors?
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